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Trendstop Fall/Winter2024 London Fashion Week Overview

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Trendstop brings FashionUnited readers a look at some of the collection highlights from the Fall/Winter 2024 edition of London Fashion Week.

As London Fashion Week celebrated its 40th Anniversary, its designers took a nostalgic look at their personal heritage, and social history. Traditional crafts were revived and contemporized for a modern-day audience, blending in active references, and elevated through interesting collaborations.


Designer Priya Ahluwalia drew on her African heritage, finding inspiration in Nigerian folk tales and mythology. Employing traditional local fabrics, manipulated using contemporary draping techniques, dresses and shirting came in bold prints and patterns of surreal and supernatural flora and fauna. Indian saris were also reworked as tailoring and athleisure pieces. The show also featured a debut collaboration with Levi's, resulting in sculptural panelled trenches, jackets, and flared jeans.

JW Anderson

Craft was at the heart of JW Anderson’s London show, most notable in the exaggerated proportions of knitted co-ords, and trailing ribbons made into skirts. Oversized stitch detail dresses, curtain tassel strapping and cable knitted bags introduced further crafty elements across the collection. Everyday pieces referenced suburban living and the stalwarts of the British high street Anderson grew up with. Heritage outerwear, sweats, comfy slipper boots and underwear bow trims were dotted throughout for an added touch of nostalgia.

Credits: Roksanda


Architect Le Corbusier and the interior of his holiday cabin provided the inspiration for Roksanda Ilincic’s latest outing. Cosy home furnishings were reimagined as Melton wool suiting, swathes of tapestry and faux fur. Silhouettes displayed and exaggerated elegance with loose cut trousers and broad-shouldered jackets. Windbreaker references and tent-like proportions of taffeta dresses introduced a subtle sports element to the collection, enhanced by a footwear collaboration with FitFlop that yielded softly moulded clogs and padded thong sandals.

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